The Division of Student Affairs is committed to sustainability- environmental sustainability and as it impacts economic and social sustainability- to meet "the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs"
Our vision is to instill and promote a lifelong commitment to environmental sustainability in all students and Student Affairs staff at the University of Maryland through the development of a strong and diverse community, implementation of environmentally friendly programs and infrastructure, and utilization of the campus as a living-laboratory fostering innovation and creativity. Student Affairs is committed to fearless ideas that drive innovation and leave small footprints.
The Division’s 14 departments impact all dimensions of campus life for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors. We have the opportunity and responsibility to educate, shape, and promote sustainable behavior where Terps live, eat, work, and play. To that end, we champion campus efforts to create a national model for a sustainable, “green” university and routinely incorporate sustainability in the delivery of our services, products and operations.
- Sustainability is an important part of higher education’s focus on the development of students as global citizens and contributing members for a civil society.
- Institutions of higher education who examine the ways they do business can make positive changes for the environment and for society.
- Environmental and social responsibility enhances the quality of life for all students and staff.
- Our behaviors affect each other, our campus, our communities, and our world.
- Stewardship of our natural resources is a sound business decision.
- Meet all campus-wide sustainability goals including UMD’s Strategic Plan and Climate Action Plan and President’s Energy Initiatives.
- Leverage relationships with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors to make sustainable behaviors a routine part of Terp life.
- Expand and enrich opportunities for student learning about the environment and our collective role in creatively solving today’s greatest challenges.
- Establish the Division as a model for engagement and commitment to environmental sustainability.
- Challenge ourselves, our community, and peers to continually strive towards sustainability.
Division of Student Affairs Sustainability Standards
The Division’s Sustainability Standards provide a cohesive mindset and operational initiatives to promote the individual and organizational behaviors integral to making the campus a national model for a green university.
Every unit within the Division is responsible for implementing the Sustainability Standards. Staff members are challenged to use their creativity and collaboration skills to engage their colleagues and students to operationalize the applicable components of the Sustainability Standards.
The Sustainability Standards for the Division of Student Affairs are organized into the following ten categories:
- Sustainability Standards Coordination
- Education, Training and Outreach
- Business Operations and Purchasing
- Event Planning and Programming
- Waste Management
- Dining and Food Service
- Managing Buildings and Grounds
- Construction, Renovations, Restoration and Maintenance Projects
1. Advance technical environmental programs and projects
Advance technical environmental programs and projects which are fundamental to sustainability and on the forefront of innovation.
2. Promote sustainability efforts and accomplishments
Promote the department’s sustainability efforts and accomplishments through publications; at conferences; through programs and events; on social media and department and Division websites; and by collaborating with other units.
3. Participate in Green Office, RecycleMania and other sustainability activities
Participate in and support Green Office, RecycleMania and other campus-wide sustainability activities such as conferences, initiatives, and assessments.
4. Include sustainability actions and goals in annual performance reviews
Include sustainability actions and goals in annual performance reviews of the department’s director, appropriate senior staff, facility managers, and any other staff involved with procurement or sustainability efforts to evaluate progress and performance on assigned sustainability actions and the department’s sustainability goals.
5. Document sustainability accomplishments and goals in annual reports
Document sustainability accomplishments and goals in departmental annual reports; identify the previous year’s sustainability accomplishments and the sustainability goals for the upcoming year.
6. Evaluate effectiveness of departmental programs and initiatives
Evaluate effectiveness of departmental sustainability programs and initiatives. Conduct continuous assessment and ongoing research regarding current activities, sustainability-related products, and best practices. Share findings with the Student Affairs Sustainability Committee.
7. Support and provide, training and professional development
Support and provide, training and professional development to ensure necessary staff are sufficiently knowledgeable (and certified as necessary) to plan and implement sustainability initiatives.
8. Foster financial resourcefulness for sustainability efforts
Foster financial resourcefulness for sustainability efforts by providing encouragement and opportunities for staff to engage in grant writing (for campus and off-campus grants), creative fund-raising, applications for rebates, and other financial incentives.
B. SUSTAINABILITY STANDARDS COORDINATION
1. Maintain a Divisional Sustainability Leadership Team
Maintain a Divisional Sustainability Leadership Team to direct strategic environmental efforts within the Division, help assess Division-wide progress, clarify Divisional standards and
expectations, lead related committees, represent the Division on campus committees, promote Division accomplishments, and assist in execution and management of selected key sustainability related projects and initiatives.
2. Maintain a Sustainability Coordinator
Maintain a Sustainability Coordinator at a senior level position serving as the departmental representative on the Student Affairs Sustainability Committee to: collaborate with Divisional colleagues around sustainability; to support the department’s compliance with the Student Affairs Sustainability Standards and oversee the compilation of the department’s bi-annual audit of compliance; and to assist in the development, achievement, and documentation of the department’s sustainability goals.
3. Report compliance with Division of Student Affairs Sustainability Standards
Report compliance with the Sustainability Standards on a biannual basis and submit to the Sustainability Leadership Team who provide direction to the Student Affairs Sustainability Committee.
4. Propose changes to the Student Affairs Sustainability Standards
Propose changes to the Student Affairs Sustainability Standards when more efficient equipment becomes available or in response to new standards and/or campus, state or federal regulations; proposed changes are expected especially sustainability coordinators on the Student Affairs Sustainability Committee and from facility managers.
C. EDUCATION, TRAINING AND OUTREACH
1. Orient new professional and student staff to the Division of Student Affairs’ Sustainability Standards
Orient new professional and student staff to the Division of Student Affairs’ Sustainability Standards. Provide training to all new staff regarding unit sustainability practices, programs and expected behaviors. Distribute the Student Affairs Green Guide to all new employees as part of new employee orientation.
2. Annually review departmental, divisional and campus sustainability goals, practices, behaviors with all staff
Provide an annual review of departmental, divisional and campus sustainability goals, practices, behaviors with all staff.
3. Get involved in sustainability programs and events
Get involved in sustainability programs and events such as RecycleMania and participate in the Green Office Program as a means to promote the education of staff and students.
4. Promote the department’s sustainability goals
Promote the department’s sustainability goals, activities, practices, programs, metrics and accomplishments on the department’s website, social media and print material.
5. Communicate expected practices and behaviors to end-users
Communicate expected practices and behaviors to end users of the department’s services and products using the web, other social media and print material as appropriate. Annually review and update materials (such as, but not limited to, conference contracts for use of space, catering, posting policies, what to bring to campus, living off campus tips, commuting information, etc.) provided to faculty, staff, students, summer guests, etc. to ensure the information supports and advances the sustainable practices and behaviors expected of those using services and/or facilities.
6. Remain current with the sustainability trends
Remain current with the sustainability trends of applicable “industry” through conference programs, articles, professional associations and other means. Provide specialized training as needed regarding specialized concepts, practices and equipment management for staff such as HVAC systems, green cleaning and building dashboard systems.
D. BUSINESS OPERATIONS AND PURCHASING
- Purchase energy efficient and environmentally friendly products
Purchase energy efficient and environmentally friendly supplies, equipment, and appliances in accordance with the University Department of Procurement and Supply’s “Buy Green” guidelines. Adhere to procurement procedures regarding purchase requisitions and seeking sources for environmentally preferable products. Ensure that sustainability related requirements are clearly specified on related department generated purchase requests or product specifications.
2. Purchase recycled-content office supplies
Purchase recycled-content office supplies including:
- White office paper – 100 % post-consumer recycled content
- Color office paper – 30 % post-consumer recycled content
- Note/writing pads – 40% recycled content
- Message pads – 100% recycled content
- Hanging file folders – 95% recycled content
- File folders – 50% recycled content
- Post-it notes – 30% recycled content
- Composition notebooks – 100% recycled content
- Other paper goods such as letterhead, envelopes and business cards – recycled content and chlorine free
3. Purchase Energy Star/energy-efficient appliances and equipment
Purchase Energy Star/energy-efficient appliances and equipment (including computers) when such products are available, and seek written confirmation and/or third party verification with purchase or bid submission.
4. Buy local
Buy products, equipment, and materials (food items 250 miles) manufactured and/or sourced locally (within 500 miles of campus) as market availability and product information permits and existing procurement policy allows.
5. Seek and create cost-effective purchasing methods
Seek and create cost-effective purchasing methods to acquire sustainable products and services given that sometimes such items are more expensive than standard or conventional items. Leverage campus resources such as the Department of Procurement and Supply and other departments to collaborate across campus for economies of scale and other cost-effective solutions.
6. Establish energy reduction expectations
Establish energy reduction expectations in the department such as, but not limited to, those below, in the department. Include energy reduction expectations in ongoing training for existing staff and as part of new employee orientation; assign energy reduction tasks to specific staff members to be completed at the end of each work day in all of the department’s offices, shops, and work areas; and periodically assess each work area for individual and group compliance to the energy reduction expectations.
- Turn off lights in offices, meeting rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, shops, store rooms, and other work spaces when not in use during business hours and prior to evenings, weekends, holidays, and breaks as appropriate.
- Enable “sleep mode” on computer, printers, and copiers when not in use after 5 minutes. Turn off computer, monitor, and printer at the end of the work day (unless needed for remote desktop access).
- Unplug, or turn off office equipment and small appliances (copiers, shredders, microwaves, coffee machines, radios, etc.) before extended breaks or holidays.
- Keep office thermostats at a modest range of 68-78 degrees or to suit the specific needs of the facility and adjust to reduce energy consumption during low use/low occupancy periods (for example overnight, on weekends, and over holidays and breaks). Turn off window air conditioning units when appropriate. Close windows and shades to conserve energy.
7. Reduce paper use
Reduce paper use throughout the department. Include the following expectations in staff training and post related signs at all copiers and printers:
- Have paper-free meetings
- Use interdepartmental envelopes for mailing on campus
- Cancel subscriptions to unwanted catalogs and junk mail
- Print and copy on both sides of a page and set printers/computers to automatically print double-sided whenever possible
- Configure word processing software to use one half to one inch margins on all four sides (left/right/top/bottom) of pages
- Use digital file management where possible
- Format short notes and meeting agendas to fit a half-page, print two-to-a-page, and then cut in half
- Put reports in reusable covers and binders and avoid single-use bindings
- Configure staff email accounts to include a signature/footer file containing text/icon to remind only to print when necessary
- Reduce the amount of printed material for publications, mass mailings, and special events and utilize electronic methods instead (websites, social media, email, etc.)
- Print all Division and departmental publications on 100% recycled content paper using soy or sustainable ink and include “Printed on 100% recycled content paper with soy ink” on all printed materials.
8. Use rechargeable batteries
Use rechargeable batteries rather than using non-rechargeable batteries where operations continuously use more than a small quantity of AAA, AA, C and/or D cell batteries.
9. Reuse items
Reuse items and promote the reuse of items by using Terrapin Trader or appropriate local charities or non-profits consistent with University guidelines. Participate in events to trade unwanted items among departments.
E. EVENT PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING
1. Reduce waste and recycle
Plan for reducing waste and recycling as part of the event and program planning process. Reduce or eliminate waste and recycle at events and programs by providing and promoting the use of recycling containers.
2. Reduce or eliminate food-related waste
Reduce or eliminate food-related waste at events and programs by providing and promoting the use of composting containers for the collection of post-consumer food waste and compostable food service products; use reusable food service products; and manage leftovers as appropriate so good food is not thrown into the trash.
3. Reduce or eliminate use of disposable water bottles
Reduce or eliminate use of disposable water bottles at events and programs by providing bulk water containers or instructing participants where to locate water bottle filling stations when possible.
4. Encourage the use of public transportation and carpooling to events
Encourage the use of public transportation and carpooling to off-campus events, and plan events in locations accessible by public transportation whenever possible.
F. WASTE MANAGEMENT
1. Provide recycling containers
Provide visible, abundant, and clearly and accurately labeled recycling containers.
2. Provide composting containers
Provide composting containers when appropriate which are visible, abundant, and clearly and accurately labeled.
3. Recycle toner/printer cartridges, batteries, and electronics
Recycle toner/printer cartridges, batteries, and electronics. Dispose of electronics through established campus disposal guidelines for University assets.
4. Reuse and/or recycle metal, wood, pallets and other building components
Reuse and/or recycle fixtures, parts, equipment, wood pallets and building materials (particularly metal or wood) replaced or removed in building maintenance projects.
5. Dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous specialized waste appropriately.
Dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous specialized waste such as medical waste, hydraulic fluid, paints, solvents, cleaning chemicals, motor oil, antifreeze, and fluorescent light tubes appropriately following Department of Environmental Safety guidelines.
6. Retain boxes and packing supplies
Retain boxes and packing materials for reuse or donate boxes and packing materials to other departments or to employees for personal use off-campus prior to recycling or disposing of them.
1. Reduce driving across campus or locally for meetings
Reduce driving across campus or locally for meetings, events, and errands by carpooling, walking or taking the bus.
2. Utilize bicycles and other zero-emission vehicles
Utilize bicycles and other zero-emission vehicles for on-campus employee travel instead of driving.
3. Purchase vehicles that are fuel-efficient, have low emissions, and/or use alternative fuel
Purchase vehicles that are fuel-efficient, have low emissions, and/or use alternative fuel such as hybrid, Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), electric, and zero emission vehicles as appropriate and feasible.
4. Instruct staff operating flex-fuel vehicles
Instruct staff operating flex-fuel vehicles to use E-85 fuel whenever available.
5. Prohibit idling
Prohibit the idling of department vehicles and vendor vehicles for more than five consecutive minutes when the vehicle is not in motion, with the following exceptions: the vehicle is stopped due to traffic conditions or mechanical difficulties; the engine is operating heating and cooling or auxiliary equipment; to bring the engine to the manufacturer’s recommended operating or shut down temperature; or to accomplish the intended use of the vehicle.
6. Use public transportation, carpools, and bicycles
Use the public transportation, carpools, and bicycles to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with business travel and/or commuting.
7. Use flextime, teleworking, and teleconferencing
Use flextime, teleworking, and teleconferencing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with business travel and/or commuting.
8. Reduce air travel
Reduce air travel to reduce associated greenhouse gas emissions. Consider alternative travel modes: train, carpool when practical.
H. DINING AND FOOD SERVICE
1. Collect food waste for composting
Collect food waste for composting in dining facilities and where feasible, including at special events.
2. Use recyclable or compostable disposable products
Use recyclable or compostable disposable products and eliminate the use of foamed polystyrene products for carry-out food and beverages in Dining Services venues, as part of contractual arrangements with other food service providers, (including off-site caterers), and departments.
3. Purchase and promote sustainable foods
Purchase and promote sustainable food including ecologically sound (including certified organic and sustainable seafood), humane animal treatment, fair trade products, and locally produced foods when available and feasible.
4. Reduce use of disposable containers
Reduce the use of disposable food and beverage containers and utensils in departmental offices by providing reusable supplies and bulk water. Encourage staff and visitors to bring their own mugs/water bottles.
5. Support sustainable catering
Support sustainable catering by recycling or reusing platters and containers and reducing waste of food or supplies, ensure caterer uses sustainable serving where whenever possible including avoiding the use of Styrofoam.
6. Purchase Energy Star/energy-efficient kitchen equipment
Purchase Energy Star/energy-efficient appliances and kitchen equipment and seek written confirmation and/or third party verification with purchase. Including but not limited to:
- Fryers and steam cookers
- Hot food holding cabinets
- Ice machines
- Microwave/conventional ovens
I. MANAGING BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
Energy and Water Systems
1. Increase energy efficiency and decrease energy and water consumption of building systems
Increase energy efficiency and decrease energy and water consumption of buildings’ climate control, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing fixtures, equipment and systems in Division-managed facilities. Maintain thermostats at a modest range of 68-78 degrees or to suit the specific needs of the facility and adjust to reduce energy consumption during low use/low occupancy periods (for example overnight, on weekends, and over holidays and breaks). Engage building users in energy and water conservation efforts and expected practices including in preparation for low occupancy periods and in response to campus-wide power down mandates.
2. Increase energy efficiency in building lighting, signage and display systems
Increase energy efficiency in building lighting systems through the conversion to more energy efficient lighting (e.g., compact fluorescent, T-5 fluorescent, LED or comparable) and the use of occupancy sensor lighting controls where appropriate.
3. Decrease water consumption
Decrease water consumption through the installation of water-saving fixtures, appliances, etc. where appropriate.
1. Use sustainable cleaning products
Use sustainable biodegradable/bio-based, non-hazardous cleaning products (such as “Green Seal”, Design for Environment or other) in cleaning programs (with the exception of disinfectants or other products not available with Green Seal certification) and require vendors to provide proof of sustainable certification with bid submissions.
2. Reduce use of paper towels
Reduce the use of paper towels by eliminating the provision of C-fold paper towels and installing electric hand dryers (where health issues are addressed and funding can support installation).
- Use recycled content paper towels and toilet paper
Use 100% recycled content paper towels and toilet paper.
1. Use sustainable wood lumber, recycled content composite and plastic wood products, and engineered wood products with no added formaldehyde.
Use Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) rated wood framing and finish lumber where metal framing or composite stock is not used. Use composite and plastic wood products with recycled content. Use plywood, particle board, wood paneling, and other engineered wood products with no added urea formaldehyde.
Require manufacturer’s chain-of-custody FSC certification with purchase and bid of wood lumber and trim; require vendor’s written confirmation of recycled and urea formaldehyde content with purchase or bid of plastic, composite and engineered wood products.
2. Ensure that wood furniture components are sustainable and that composite wood furniture contains no added urea formaldehyde
Ensure that wood furniture components be FSC rated wood and that composite wood in furniture contain no added urea formaldehyde.
Require manufacturer’s chain-of-custody certification for requested FSC wood components and confirmation of recycled and urea formaldehyde content for composites and engineered wood products. This may require obtaining an exception to purchase items from Maryland Correctional Enterprise (MCE) and advocacy with MCE to follow FSC standards.
- Reupholster and refinish furniture
Reupholster and refinish furniture rather than replacing it.
1. Use carpet and flooring products which are manufactured from recycled content materials and are recyclable.
Use carpet tiles and mats with a minimum 35% recycled content when carpet is replaced. Seek carpet which is Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) Green Label Plus Certified.
2. Recycle waste carpet
Require recycling of the existing carpet and any waste scrap from new carpet installations through a third party verified local carpet recycling programs.
Paints, Finishes & Adhesives
1. Use low or no VOC paint
Use low or no VOC (volatile organic compounds) interior and exterior paints, clear finishes, and floor/carpet/other adhesives as defined by current LEED standards with some possible exceptions of coatings used on “hard-use” surfaces requiring a more durable solvent/oil based product, such as handrails, mechanical room floors, elevator machine room floors, and mechanical equipment.
1. Practice Integrated Pest Management
Require that contracted and in-house pest control operations practice Integrated Pest Management (IPM) or other “best management practices” regarding pesticides and fungicides to prevent or reduce the need for added chemicals.
1. Minimize water, fertilizer, and herbicide use
Minimize water, fertilizer, and herbicide use in grounds management operations including turf as well as plant material maintenance.
2. Use non-phosphorous fertilizers
Use non-phosphorous fertilizers for on-going turf and plant material maintenance unless being applied to newly planted areas or the results of soil testing reveals a critical deficiency.
3. Adjust irrigation systems and use moisture sensors
Adjust irrigation system controls to not run during mid-day, especially in high heat summer months, and use/install moisture sensors in control systems to irrigate only when necessary.
- Use native or adaptive plants
Use native or adaptive plants to minimize irrigation and fertilization needs for department managed or funded landscape projects.
- Eliminate use of potable water irrigation
Eliminate use of potable water irrigation systems to irrigate turf and plant material with the exception of “first impression” areas (e.g. Engineering Fields), recreation fields, and the golf course using adaptive plants and captured water. Sub meter all irrigation systems to reduce the WSSC sewer costs.
- Purchase environmentally sound snow/ice melt chemicals
Purchase snow/ice melt chemicals with the least amount of negative environmental impact.
1. Install reflective or green/garden roofs
Install reflective or green/garden roofs in roof replacement projects where appropriate.
2. Use recycled content slate
Use synthetic 100% recycled content slate instead of natural slate on roof replacements.
1. Use water conserving, Energy Star/energy-efficient washers and dryers
Use water conserving, Energy Star/energy-efficient, front loading washers and high efficiency dryers in laundry rooms.
2. Install variable speed exhaust systems
Install energy efficient exhaust systems with “smart controls” that sense the need for exhaust and adjust fan speed accordingly.
1. Retain vehicles, tools, and equipment
Retain vehicles, tools and equipment as long as possible before buying replacement products that consume new raw materials.
2. Rebuild fixtures and refinish furnishings
Rebuild fixtures and refinish furnishings to extend each item’s useful life as long as it continues to meet user requirements and departmental standards.
3. Salvage usable components
Recover used obsolete, abandoned, or damaged tools, fixtures and equipment for usable components if such parts can be used to extend the serviceable life of other existing units.
4. Remove batteries prior to disposal
Remove batteries from equipment, tools, fixtures, and any other devices prior to sending units to equipment/metal recyclers or to a landfill (unless vendors require original components including exhausted rechargeable battery packs.
5. Dispose of chemicals properly
Dispose chemicals, solvents and other compounds properly consistent with their Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) waste disposal guidelines (using the Department of Environmental Safety or other resources).
J. CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATIONS, RESTORATION & MAINTENANCE PROJECTS
1. Pursue sustainable design in construction and maintenance projects
Pursue sustainable design in new construction, renovation, and maintenance projects using LEED, Green Globes or other similar Green Building Code and/or ensuring the design incorporates sustainable products and practices to the extent possible.
2. Recycle demolition materials
Ensure the recycling of demolition materials (wood, metals, asphalt, concrete, etc.) in construction and renovation projects.
3. Include a LEED accredited professional or Green Globes Professional on construction projects
Include a LEED accredited professional or Green Globes Professional on all programming and design teams for department funded construction projects.
4. Consider environmental impact of site selection and development
Consider the environmental impact of site selection and development to reduce impervious areas, protect mature tree stands, minimize storm water run-off, reduce irrigation and fertilization needs, and increase tree/plant diversity in department supported projects.
Division of Student Affairs Sustainability Committee
The Student Affairs Sustainability Committee leads the Division's sustainability efforts with staff on the committee who serve as sustainability coordinators within their own departments. Sustainability Coordinators are expected to do the following:
Support the Student Affairs Sustainability Standards and Departmental Goals
Participate on the Student Affairs Sustainability Committee as a forum for collective attention to issues, information exchange, mutual support, and collaboration.
Represent the department on a Divisional level:
-keep departmental leadership and department staff informed of committee activities and related campus-wide initiatives and
-serve as a resource on issues or projects that have application to other departments/divisions.
Assist in the development and prioritization of departmental sustainability goals based on the Student Affairs Sustainability Standrads:
-assist with the formulation and implementation of policies and programs to achieve the goals and
-monitor and quantify progress and ensure documentation of efforts is available for inclusion in the departmental annual report.
Remain cognizant of the Student Affairs Sustainability Standardsto be able to be proactive within the department.
Engage colleagues within department toward achieving the Student Affairs Sustainability Standards and related departmental goals:
-ensure staff understand the Student Affairs Sustainability Standards,
-foster participation in the planning and implementation of goals and programs,
-operationalize departmental adherence to the Student Affairs Sustainability Standards (through training, meetings, etc.).
-further sustainability education and awareness, and
-reinforce initiatives and recognize accomplishments with colleagues, constituents and across campus.
Bi-Annual Audit of Departmental Accomplishments of the Sustainability Standards
Oversee compilation of the bi-annual audit of the department’s prograns and practices relative to the Sustainability Standrads
-ensure that all programs and practices are documented, and
-track performance data (when necessary, establish methods and means to quantify programs).
Take advantage of opportunities to learn about sustainability efforts on this campus, on other campuses, and in related areas (i.e., attend sustainability programs at conferences, participate in webinars, study journals, etc.).
Division of Student Affairs Green Guide
Student Affairs uses our Green Guide to highlight sustainability expectations for all staff in the division.
Sustainability Committee Members
Student Affairs Sustainability Committee, Spring 2015
Cindy Felice and Maria Lonsbury
Co-Chairs of the Student Affairs Sustainability Committee
Campus Recreation & Wellness
Conferences & Visitor Services
Fraternity & Sorority Life
University Career Center
University Health Center
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
who are also representing the following:
Green Offices in Student Affairs
The Division of Student Affairs participates in the Green Office program!
The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs is currently certified at the Golf Office Silver Level!
We are proud of the many departments and units within the Division of Student Affairs who are participating in the Green Office Program.